Tethys (meethology)

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The goddess Tethys, who mey hae been a primordial deity o Airchaic Greece an who in Clessical myths wis describit as the muther who owersaw the chief rivers o the warld kent tae the Greeks, mid-fowert-century mosaic, Philipopolis (the day Shahba, Sirie), Shahba Museum

In Greek meethology, Tethys (/ˈtθs, ˈtɛθs/; Greek: Τηθύς), dauchter o Uranus an Gaia,[1] wis an airchaic Titaness an aquatic sea goddess, invoked in clessical Greek poetry, but nae veneratit in cult.

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  1. Hesiod. Theogony lines 136, 337 and Bibliotheke, 1.2.